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To the Nines

Stephanie Plum, Lula and Grandma face that time a really great problems. Stephanie is pursued to make her way into Las Vegas, where she meets the whole cast of characters, that could only exist in this city. There she finds Sally Sweet, Joe Morelli, her ex-lover and Ranger, her patron, with this people Stephanie plunges into great night adventure she has never had before.

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Rich Dad Poor Dad

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Love the one you are with

Ellen and Andy’s relationship has been perfect for the first year. There is no question how deep their devotion is, and how naturally they bring out the best in each other. But one fateful afternoon, Ellen runs into her former beau Leo for the first time in eight years. Although Leo brought out the worst in her and left her heartbroken with no explanation, he is also the love she could never quite forget. When his reappearance ignites long-dormant emotions, Ellen begins to question whether the life she is living is the one she is meant to live.

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our home or emanating influences of the hearthstone

‘Our Home’, published in 1899, and written and edited by six men with either ecclesiastical or publishing backgrounds, is a book about homes, families, and what makes them successful. The book covers the aspects and needs of the home beginning with the origin of the family, through childhood, young adulthood, growing up and leaving the home, to eventual death and continuation into further generations. The book is very thorough in discussing all things necessary and helpful in each stage of life to the creating of a successful home and family.

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The Devil to Pay

Emelina Stratton is a novelist, which in order to save her younger brother from being blackmailed, bargains with the devil himself. She insists that only she could pay the price and no wasting time asks the devil to help her in finding the evidence of blackmailing and uncovering a smuggling ring.

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The Child's Day

Woods Hutchinson (1862-1930) was an American physician. He worked as a professor of anatomy at the State University of Iowa between 1891 and 1896 and then became a professor of comparative pathology at the University of Buffalo until 1900. While at Buffalo, he also edited The Polyclinic and lectured at the London Medical Graduates' College and the University of London, starting in 1899. Besides The Polyclinic, he edited Vis Medicatrix early in his career, (from 1890 to 1891). In 1903, he became the Oregon State Health Officer; he held that post for two years. Following the post in Oregon, he became a professor of clinical medicine at the New York Polyclinic. He was the author of The Gospel According to Darwin (1898), Studies in Human and Comparative Pathology (1901), Instinct and Health (1908), Preventable Diseases (1909), Conquest of Consumption (1910), Exercise and Health (1911), A Handbook of Health (1911), The Child's Day (1912), Common Diseases (1913) and Civilization and Health (1914). --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.

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a marriage cycle

Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: THE HEALING POOL Ah, how good Is the heart of the wood! Here to lie, Great clouds sailing by! From the world's restless mood Free at last in the deep solitude! While only the birds are awake, And no breeze moves the still woodland lake. As it lies in its broad silence sleeping, The green hills their faithful watch keeping. Smooth lake, fold me in to your breast, In your arms let me rest! Let me find where your lily-buds grow, How they come to be whiter than snow; Your life-giving touch let me feel; Your secret of peace, oh, reveal To my hungry and feverish soul, Till your gladness and calm make me whole.THE HEALING POOL Fresh and strong from your arms I arise As if God himself touched my eyes, And I saw all things new, and again Were free from life's fever and pain. Can it be that the angels still lead To this great pool of healing in need, With only the sun and the bird To tell when its waters are stirred? THE SURRENDER O Little green leaves, You tremble so! You glitter and shine When soft winds blow, When the sun rides high In the blue June sky. But little green leaves You haunt my dreams, You and laughing streams Running swift through my sleep. You call in my breast, You break my rest. For my heart is awake, And it trembles so! But with gladder amaze Than the green leaves know. For he whom all praise Has made love grow. 10 THE SURRENDER So, like little green leaves On a mountain side, Like a bubbling spring That cannot bide, I tremble and sing, The world is so wide. For my heart is in Spring And he is its sun. He is lord of my world, And new life has begun. Take the sceptre, my king! All I am you have won. chapter{Section 4THE SINGING HEART I Wonder why I ...

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the first three years of childhood

Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www.million-books.com where you can read more than a million books for free. This is an OCR edition with typos. Excerpt from book: have a special organ of sensibility to light. The automatic movements of the eyes, which are produced by mere irritation, without any sensation of light, contribute nevertheless to the nutrition of the muscular and nervous tissues, the development of which is indispensable to the production of visual sensibility. As the development of the muscles, the nerve centres, and the motor centres proceeds, as the sensations become distinct and the judgments more extended, the motor centres acquire more and more specialized powers of adjustment. A child of two months who can distinguish several objects outside himself, and is beginning to have a vague idea of distances, not being able to stretch out his hands and seize distant objects, as he does those near to him, bends his whole body towards them. At this same age children begin also to have a clearer idea of extent, or rather of localization relatively to the different parts of their bodies; they now only scratch themselves at intervals. Before the end of the third month, they begin to lift their hands to their faces oftener than before, and a little later the first pains of teething cause their fingers to be incessantly carried to the mouth. They now use their hands more and to better purpose ; the flexion of the hand from the wrist is accomplished perfectly ; the fingers have acquired more regular and more varied movements, and we notice efforts at stretching out the arms ; this, however, rarely as yet. A child at this age will also attempt movements of the legs and the thorax to balance himself in an upright position when held up on his feet, and will struggle with arms and knees to climb up to his nurse's face, when she helps him forward on his feet. In a word, he has gained greater consciousness and mastery of his activity; it...

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fresh air and how to use it

Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.

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George Cruikshank's Table-book

Special Collections copy is full-bound in brown calf, red leather label with gilt-stamped lettering mounted on spine; gilt-stamped illustrations on spine; gilt-stamped dentelle on covers; marbled edged

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